Oh my gosh was I surprised when we brought him home.
We went to pick him up and the poor guy was terrified. He was in a rusty cage with an old rope toy and a bell that was broken. The old owners tried removing him from the cage and he was not having it, he got so upset that he threw up everywhere. Well we get him home and I begin to clean the vomit from his cage (where I can reach). We knew he was stressed and were planning on leaving him alone for the day but it seemed he didn't want that. With in 10 minutes of being home he was talking and seemed very interested in us. Day 2 we left his cage door open and he finally cage out, so then I proceeded to clean the inside of the cage which he spent all his time asking me what I was doing...LOL. He now has tons of toys that he totally loves. Last night he lowered his head to my daughter so she took the chance and rubbed his head and then overtime we came near him he would ask for more rubbing. My daughter has even taught him to say many things, such as, "who farted?"...LMAO. Yesterday I said good morning to him as I came down the stairs so this morning my husband informed me that Otis said "good morning" to him and the kids as they came down stairs this morning. I think he is coming along very nicely. I am so happy we found Otis, he is just a good boy who needed some loving.
My son has been having alittle to much fun with Otis though. As I was typing this post Otis just made a farting noise then said "ewwww stinky" and he giggling.....hahahaha.
Otis is home!
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